5 years ago I was diagnosed with swine flu. Ever since then every few months or so I get sudden onset weakness in my left side which completely debilitates me, it can happen at any time, whilst at work, sitting watching tv etc. I have constant pins and needles in my arm and leg on my left side. I attend a local neurological department and have have numerous scans and tests but still have no diagnosis. This is so frustrating as I am 33yrs old. I have been passed to 3 different consultants and yet I am no further forward.
Does anyone else have anything like this?
Hi I have not any medical knowledge and know nothing about swine flu sorry
I just seen your post and as im waiting for a reply to mine I thought id post to you
I had an MRI and was told it was clean a neurosurgeon who I went to for a different reason looked and I have a white spot on the brain stem no idea about it yet as I have to have more tests
Just want to say hand in there and I hope you find someone who can help you
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